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VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. – A ground-based missile successfully intercepted a target missile Friday in a test of the nation’s defense system, the Missile Defense Agency said.

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Ridiculous!

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday that every child born in the United States should get a $5,000 “baby bond” from the government to help pay for future costs of college or buying a home.

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This hag should not even be considered as a possible presidentess.

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Iranian forces have shelled deeper into northern Iraq than previously, hitting targets in an area northeast of the city of Arbil, a local official said Thursday.

“The Iranian forces began their bombardments again on Wednesday evening targeting far away from the border,” said Abdul Wahid Koani, mayor of the Kurdish Iraqi border town of Joman.

“This time the Iranian bombardment was different as it targeted a town deep inside Iraqi territory,” Koani told AFP.

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Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister said here Wednesday that Iran’s standoff with Western powers over its nuclear program is heading toward a “confrontation.”

Saudi Prince Saud al-Faisal met in New York with other Gulf foreign ministers as well as the chief diplomats of Jordan and Egypt, and US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.

“We talked certainly about Iran with the Secretary Rice,” Prince Saud told reporters.

“Definitely what we are seeing is a confrontation in the making,” the prince said.

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Russia is ready to take appropriate measures if weapons are deployed in space, the commander of the Russian Space Forces said Thursday.

“Should any country deploy weapons in space, then the laws of armed warfare are such that retaliatory weapons are certain to appear,” Col. Gen. Vladimir Popovkin said.

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British history needs to be rewritten to make it more inclusive of Muslims and other ethnic groups, the head of the UK’s new Human Rights and Equality Commission has said.

Trevor Phillips said: “Sometimes we have to go back into the tapestry and insert some threads that were lost.”

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This is a perfect example of diplomacide. This Trevor Phillips character is a defeatist coward. Let the muslims rewrite their history and keep British history the history of the British.

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Russia’s little-known new prime minister has set a stern tone with the country’s outgoing Cabinet.

Prime Minister Viktor Zubkov reminded officials Thursday of the need to be serious in their duties and to carry out President Vladimir Putin’s orders.

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China and Russia are spying on the United States nearly as much as they did during the Cold War, according to the top U.S. intelligence official.

Mike McConnell, the director of national intelligence, says in testimony prepared for a Tuesday congressional hearing that a law passed last month expanding the U.S. government’s eavesdropping power is needed to protect not just against terrorists but also against more traditional potential adversaries, such as those two Cold War foes.

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The world should brace for a possible war over the Iranian nuclear crisis but seeking a solution through talks should take priority, French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner said on Sunday.

“We have to prepare for the worst, and the worst is war,” he said in an interview broadcast on French television and radio.

“We must negotiate right to the end,” with Iran, he said, but underlined that if Tehran possessed an atomic weapon, it would represent “a real danger for the whole world.”

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Russia’s new prime minister has pledged to boost the country’s military might amid growing signs that he could emerge as President Vladimir Putin’s successor next spring.

Viktor Zubkov, an old friend of the president who served as a low-profile bureaucrat until his dramatic elevation this week, spoke after he was approved in his new position by Russia’s rubber-stamp parliament.

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Diplomacide Mothballed

Diplomacide has been mothballed.
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